This volume is the American Lectures on the History of Religions series of 1910-1911 and represents universism, a key to the study of Taoism and Confucianism. The object of the writer of this book is to exhibit his view of the primitive and fundamental element of Chinese religion and ethics. That view is based on independent research into the ancient literature of China and into the actual state of her religion. Contents: Tao or order of the universe; Tao of man; perfection, holiness, or divinity; asceticism, prolongation of life, immortality; worship of the universe; social and political universism; Fung-shui.
|Title:||Religion in China||Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing|
|No. of Pages:||344|
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